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Imaad in concert

Naseeruddin Shah’s actor-son along with his band, The Pulp Society, will perform live in Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore to promote the music of his film, 404.

music Updated: May 20, 2011 16:34 IST
Priyanka Jain
Priyanka Jain
Hindustan Times

Imaad Shah, who has made a name with his band,

The Pulp Society

, in the independent music scene in Delhi and Mumbai, is gearing up for live shows in Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore to promote the music of his next film,


. He’s already had concerts in Kathmandu and Delhi, and one in Mumbai too.

'In Kathmandu, the audience went wild and were singing every word of the song

Psycho baba

…. The response has been amazing!' says an elated Imaad who has not just sung the songs, but has penned the lyrics too.

'We thought that the grimy street themes would connect only with the youngsters, but even older people and children in smaller towns love them.'

The actor will perform at the city’s Hard Rock Cafe and on Carter Road, Bandra, later this month. Co-stars Tisca Chopra, Rajvvir Aroraa, Satish Kaushik and Nishikant Kamath, along with his director-friend Sudhir Mishra, are expected to be present

Directed by Prawaal Raman,


’s songs have the



Chal soch le

… is a drinking-thinking song, while

Aisa hi hai

… is a mellow acoustic track and

Kya dekh raha hai

… is


street funk.

Imaad plays an errant genius in a science college who, along with a professor, pulls off a dark, psychological experiment on a junior, Rajvir, during a ragging session. He says, There are a lot of mental games being played out and the film is multilayered.'

First Published: May 20, 2011 14:02 IST